Get ready to earn a host of sweet rewards during the new Season of Battle Pass, Commanders!
Starting from 17 September, World of Tanks will host Season 3 of its epic and highly-anticipated Battle Pass. It features two brand-new pieces of Bounty Equipment, two new Core Vehicles, stunning 3D styles, and more. We’ve also updated some of the reward mechanics so that you can choose the prizes you want from a selection of standard and Bounty Equipment.
Make sure you’ve read up on all the details and cool rewards available during the upcoming Season!
Battle Pass Season 317 September 2020, 21:00 UTC +8 – 7 December 2020, 08:00 UTC +8
The core Battle Pass mechanics remain unchanged compared to previous Seasons, so please refer to our comprehensive guide for details. But for those of you who are experiencing Battle Pass for the first time, here are the basics!
- Play in Random Battles (except for Grand Battles) in Tier VI–X vehicles and perform your best.
- Earn Progression Points to advance through Battle Pass Stages.
- Battle Pass Core Vehicles and the VII King Tiger (Captured) have special rules for obtaining Progression Points.
- For every Stage completed, you’ll earn valuable in-game rewards.
- After completing all 45 Main Progression Stages, you’ll continue your battle journey in the Elite Progression, where you can earn even more prizes!
Don’t have enough Tier VI–X vehicles in your Garage to complete the first 10 Stages? Then you can rent Premium vehicles for free for a month, and even extend the rental period for every subsequent month until the end of the Season. All rental tanks in Battle Pass are replicas of existing vehicles, and they have the same characteristics.
Rental tanks come with “virtual” Garage slots and 100% crews.
Three Tier VII Premium rental vehicles will be available:
- The VII KV-122 , a Soviet heavy tank
- The VII T26E3 Eagle 7 , an American medium tank
- The VII SU-122-44 , a Soviet tank destroyer
Use these rental tanks to complete the first 10 Main Progression Stages. Upon completing Stage 10, you’ll be able to purchase an Improved Pass and continue your glorious battle journey.
You won’t be able to rent more tanks than needed to complete the Main Progression. Rental tanks will remain on your account until the end of their rental period, and you won’t be able to extend their rental after completing the first 10 Stages. Instead, the Purchase An Improved Pass button will appear on the Battle Pass screen in your Garage.
Now let's talk about what all commanders are most interested in—rewards! Season 3 features tons of rewards that you’ll earn for completing Main Progression Stages, including:
- Unique customization elements: emblems, decals, and two spectacular 2D styles
- Standard and Bounty Equipment
- Demounting Kits
- And more!
As you might have learned, there was a massive update regarding the Equipment system in World of Tanks. That’s why we've added Demounting Kits to this Season's reward pool so that you can experiment more with the variety of new equipment. They’ll enable you to try out different equipment configurations for your favorite vehicles and find the one that best suits your playstyle.
Plus, you can obtain the additional Improved Rewards, even for Stages you’ve already completed. To do this, simply purchase an Improved Pass at any Stage during the event via the Battle Pass screen in your Garage.
You can take a look at all the rewards for all Stages on the Battle Pass screen, or the widget below.
"Amphibious Warfare" 2D style – An all-season style granted as a Base Reward for completing Stage 1 of the Main Progression. This style can be applied to vehicles of any tier.
"Armored Concrete" 2D style – An all-season style granted as a Base Reward for completing Stage 10 of the Main Progression. This style can be applied to vehicles of any tier.
Decals are granted as a Base Reward for completing Stage 40 of the Main Progression. The decals are non-historical and can be applied to any vehicle.
Emblems are granted as a Base Reward for completing Stages 1 and 10 of the Main Progression. The emblems can be applied to any vehicle.
One of the key changes of the Season is the opportunity to choose from several available items of new standard and Bounty Equipment. Upon reaching certain Main Progression Stages, you can decide which equipment you receive as a reward, depending on your needs and playstyle.
The following equipment will be available in Season 3.
New Standard Equipment
Standard Equipment is obtained as a Base Reward at Stage 20 and as an Improved Reward at Stage 40.
- Improved Aiming Unit
- Low Noise Exhaust System
- Improved Rotation Mechanism
- Improved Configuration
- Improved Hardening
- Improved Radio Set
- Commander's Vision System
Bounty Equipment is obtained as an Improved Reward at Stage 20 and as a Base Reward at Stage 30.
- Bounty Rammer
- Bounty Gun Laying Drive
- Bounty Ventilation
- Bounty Optics
- Bounty Stabilizer
- NEW! Bounty Protection Technology
- NEW! Bounty Rotation Mechanism
Pay special attention to Bounty Rotation Mechanism, as this is a truly unique equipment item that has no Improved Equipment analogue. It provides your vehicles with greater bonuses than standard equipment, making them more competitive in battles.
Bounty Protection Technology
Bounty Rotation Mechanism
As soon as you reach a certain Main Progression Stage, a special indicator will appear on the Battle Pass screen. Click the button in the upper right corner of the progression menu to go to the Homefront Supplies section of the Depot in your Garage.
There you can redeem the standard or Bounty Equipment item of your choice. You can also select equipment directly from the Depot in your Garage via the Homefront Supplies section.
- “Newt” for the IS-4
- “Condor” for the T110E5
- For one of the Core Vehicles, a unique custom crew member with Brothers in Arms (as a zero perk) and enough XP to learn two more perks/skills.
An experienced, smart, and sensible combat officer who prefers taking the logical option over the emotional one. He easily adapts to any situation and he always follows his orders wherever they may lead him, whether it is to a garrison in the Arctic Circle or a military base in the sands of North Africa. He enjoys hockey and spearfishing, although it is getting harder and harder to find the time for it.
People are always asking if I know Jack Reed. Before I answer, I usually take a deep breath and close my eyes for a moment. Being his commander is not a bed of roses. Reed is a rebel who somehow manages to follow orders and stay within the rules imposed by the military. Right now, he's trapped in a hot-as-hell tank. But deep inside, he's hitting the road so that he can ride his bike down Route 66 and feel the wind in his hair.
To redeem the 3D styles and a custom crew member, vote for the tank you prefer in the game client.
After the end of Season 3:
- The tank team that won the vote will receive a one-week special x2 Battle XP repeatable mission for all Tier IV–X vehicles in the Garage.
- The second-place team will receive a one-week special x2 Crew XP repeatable mission for all Tier IV–X vehicles in the Garage.
Once you have completed all 45 Main Progression Stages, don’t miss out on the opportunity to grab the sweet prizes available in the Elite Progression! It offers exclusive rewards for the toughest Commanders, including an increasing number of bonds, and projection decals displaying the current Elite Progression Stage. By completing all 100 Elite Progression Stages, you will earn over 6,500 bonds.
And, of course, you’ll be able to show the world your battle prowess by applying an Elite Chevron. You’ll be rewarded with this stunning insignia after completing the first Elite Progression Stage.
During the first two months of the Season, you can buy a fixed package containing a maximum of 20 Stages. The fewer the Stages remaining until the completion of the Main Progression, the fewer the Stages in the package and, accordingly, the lower the cost.
Get ready to display your mastery and earn tons of great rewards in Battle Pass Season 3, Commanders!